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OKay...this one is weird.

My beloved Milano would not start or even hiccup for 2 days. I had good fuel pressure, good spark, good spark delivery. I was getting worried when I decided to try the unlikely.

I unplugged the AFM and cranked it...it sputtered and rumbled. I then plugged the AFM back in and the car has run like a top ever since.

My question is this...is it possible that an AFM could be sending a bad enough signal to the computer that the computer won't even come close to letting the car start? A signal so off that even UNPLUGGING it is more acceptable to the computer??

Advice is welcome.
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Chip -

That may be, but it only came close to cranking after the AFM was totally unplugged....that's what is baffling me. I wonder if there is a set of live circumstances fed to the computer where it says "hell no freaking way am I going to let this motor run".


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